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Here's your guide — by category and in order of reading satisfaction — to potential gifts for your favorite reader including yourself. What Have We Done: Others, including veteran Eric Fair in "Consequence," have written memorably and personally about wounds not physical.
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What this Pulitzer Prize-winning, year conflict correspondent brings to the topic — besides journalism — is the perspective of being raised as a Quaker and of doing community service as a conscientious objector. And rather than offering intimations of morality, he is blunt. Be the first to hear about breaking news, as it happens. You'll get alerts delivered directly to your inbox each time something noteworthy happens in the Military community. By giving us your email, you are opting in to our Newsletter: Sign up for the Early Bird Brief. After-service treatment fares little better.
A study indicates "that the most widely used therapies for [post-traumatic stress] were only marginally effective. There is only one "government initiative I could find that specifically addresses moral injury," Wood writes. So the healing is "up to us" and "peers, neighborhood, faith congregations, service organizations.
The military and maps historian says "war requires a spatial as well as temporal sense," and his intricately rendered maps do most of the explaining.
You can imagine yourself walking amid armies and artists in drawings that tell stories visually. Sometimes, however, even the coffee-table size is not big enough. An British map of Afghanistan, for example, would be more relevant if its details were legible. But overall the images — in splendid styles that can belie their topics — will appeal to history buffs, armchair travelers and graphic designers.
The soldier and one of three co-authors of "American Sniper" write about Castro's growing up in New Jersey and Puerto Rico, and finding a home in the rigors of military training, which is "a blast" — ironically. After he is blinded in a mortar strike in Iraq in , Castro realizes that "war, like blindness, is a world of its own. What I wanted was a chance to provide that I could contribute.
He does, in uniform and in running shorts finishing a couple dozen marathons , and by talking with Prince Harry at the South Pole. Fire in My Eyes: Joe heroes in ferocious combat assaults" follows Annapolis with Afghanistan, where he receives news about his best Navy friend's death in Iraq, his ex-girlfriend's suicide and his father's death back home. Like the book above, the second part of the memoir is about sightless life but with more of the everyday frustrations: The captain died Nov.
But his descriptions are often unstatesmanlike, which is one reason his memoir is engaging.
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Another is his cowriter's experience with 48 other books. For example, a State Department official, circa , is "a pencil dick with an Errol Flynn mustache and a Bud Abbott face. Want to Read saving….
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Military Short Stories by R. Humorous Tales from a Military Career by R. Kyle Hannah Goodreads Author. A collection of humorous short stories gathered over a 30 year military career. From attending NTC, to Airborne Operations, to time in a combat zone, soldiers will find a way to hilariously pass the time.
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Military Short Stories: Humorous Tales from a Military Career by R. Kyle Hannah
The sniper feels trapped, but he knows he has to get off the roof before enemy forces converge on him. A young girl is attending Catholic school her first year in the United States. She learns some English words, eventually becoming aware of the communist threat. Sergeant-Instructor William Grogram comes out of retirement to lead the First Egyptian Foot, a lowly regiment that the Colonel believes is hopeless.
Grogram is devoted to duty and honor, and makes it his aim to turn them into a respectable unit. In a regiment are two brothers, Caffal and Creede Halcrow. Caffal is a sergeant under Captain Madwell, and they are long-time friends. Creede is a major and has a hostile relationship with Madwell. Donald comes home, occasionally and unannounced, to see his family.
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A French regiment is holding their position on the banks of a railway. They keep their flag flying despite the advance of the Prussian force. Twenty-two officers fall before Sergeant Hornus takes over the job. Nicholson and Hayes are Army cooks, stationed in Japan after the war.
Hayes is divorced and bitter about it. They often visit the geisha house where they each have a regular woman. It is a sweltering day in Vietnam during the war after many of the troops have been withdrawn. The narrator and Lebowitz are running around a track with other soldiers. After failing at a variety of assignments, Carter becomes an Army cook. He does well and is promoted. After a while, he puts more effort into the meals, improving the taste and quality of his dishes.
An old man and a young man meet on a battlefield.